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Kornit showcases two new DTG print systems at Impressions Expo

Kornit Digital will introduce the Storm HD6 Lite and Kornit Vulcan Plus digital direct-to-garment (DTG) print systems at the Impressions Expo Long Beach event, which runs from January 17-19 in Long Beach, California.

The Kornit Vulcan Plus (pictured) builds on the success and feedback from customers using Kornit Vulcan, a 2017 SGIA Product of the Year. This next-generation eco-friendly system for DTG mass customisation can deliver more than 2,000 retail-quality impressions in a 12-hour shift, Vulcan Plus. It has undergone beta testing by Kornit customers in both the United States and Europe; and represents the highest-capacity DTG print system in Kornit’s product portfolio and the broader marketplace.

The Storm HD6 Lite system, which effectively replaces the Kornit Storm II, has a production capacity of up to 60,000 impressions and provides DTG printing for smaller print operations, such as commercial printers moving to the industrial market and analog printers broadening their production capabilities.

In addition to presenting the Vulcan Plus and Storm HD6 Lite, Kornit will provide visitors with live demonstrations of the brand’s eco-friendly Atlas, Avalanche Poly Pro, and Storm HD6 systems for on-demand DTG printing.

Visitors will also have the opportunity to get hands-on with Kornit Konnect, the company’s cloud software analytics platform that provides users a single dashboard to monitor and manage their productivity. This platform empowers customers to receive real-time data that helps them manage their operations, prioritise deliverables, assess costs, troubleshoot, and set goals from the convenience of their laptop, tablet, or smartphone.

Kornit partners will be providing applications to print live from the conference floor, and a panel of users will gather in Kornit’s booth for a roundtable discussion of their experiences, best practices, lessons learned, and visitor questions. The panel discussion will commence at 3:00pm on Saturday, 18 January.

“Kornit spent the past year rolling out innovative product after innovative product, setting the pace for a textile decoration industry that demands quality, durability, and social responsibility, manufacturing on demand and without restrictions, serving an array of needs and consumer profiles wider than anyone had conceived even a few short years ago,” said Omer Kulka, Kornit’s EVP of Marketing and Product Strategy.

“We’re not letting up anytime soon, as the new Vulcan Plus and Storm HD6 Lite make retail-quality DTG impressions accessible to printers and brands of every size and need. Kornit encourages attendees in Long Beach to come and see these innovative systems for themselves, feel the printed garments they deliver, hear from our satisfied and prosperous customers, and see why sustainable Kornit DTG technology is leading the way towards uncompromising, brilliant impressions on demand.”

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